What’s the first word comes to mind when you think of a pixie haircut? Short, most likely. Cute, sassy, sexy, spiky, spunky. Fun. How about versatile? While you may not think of a pixie cut as versatile, it indeed can be, and there are many variations of the pixie cut that can be styled in several different ways. Gone are the days of just one option for the pixie; after all, this is the twenty-first century!
Modern Pixie Versatility
When you’re looking for pixie cut photos, you may be surprised at the variety of pixie cuts you discover. Pixie hairstyles abound, and you can pretty much customize your look any way you’d like. It can be short all over or longer in the front, asymmetrical or choppy or textured or smooth. Pixie haircuts work well for any hair type—from fine and thin to thick, wavy, curly, or coarsely, a pixie can be customized to your hair texture and density. And of course, any hair color works with a pixie cut as well—It can enhance the color and vice versa, really making it pop. A sassy pixie can be perfectly complemented with a vibrant hue or toned down with a muted, natural look, depending on what you’re going. There are no limits!
#1: Wavy, Textured Pixie
Longer on top and tapered down to a close-cropped buzz at the nape, this pixie cut works well for thick hair with a bit of natural texture or wave. This look can be easily styled forward as shown below, spiked for a variation, or slicked back or to the side. Finger-Style with a bit of pomade or texture cream to enhance wavy texture.
#2: Spiky Textured Pixie
Excellent for hair that is one the straighter or finer side, this pixie blends from short to long in a dramatic, spiky upsweep with a bit of a fauxhawk edge. With the length left on top, the cut can be spiked, worn forward, or side-parted for several different looks. A dramatic platinum blonde enhances the spiky texture; style with a strong-hold texture cream.
#3: Curly Undercut Pixie
Ideal for naturally curly hair, this undercut pixie is cropped closely at the nape and sides, leaving length at the top and front for an added feminine flair. With the length of the top, curl or wave can be added or loosened with an iron as well, depending on hair’s natural texture. Sweep the bangs to the side and tousle with a touch of pomade; finish with a shot of hairspray for added staying power.
#4: Straight, Choppy Undercut Pixie
The dramatic contrast between short and long makes this choppy pixie stand out, framing the face beautifully as a result. The sides and nape are cut closely, and the top is left long, razor-cut on the ends for chunky texture. This bold pixie styles itself with little to no product and just a quick blow dry.
#5: Angular Disconnected Pixie
Bold lines are revealed in the back of this disconnected pixie, dramatically accentuated by contrasting colors. The nape is tapered down to a close shave, while a perfect angular V frames the occipital area. The hair gets gradually longer moving toward the face, framed with long, wispy bangs and messy textured layers. The back of this cut will show off any shape or design you desire, so get creative!
#6: Tapered Side-Swept Pixie
A perfect combination of boyish and feminine, this pixie cut is dramatically tapered down from longer lengths at the top and blended to shaved on the sides. This cut, ideal for fine hair, can be designed asymmetrically or symmetrically so that it can be worn parted either way. For a dramatic, sassy look, style with a root lifter at the crown to create messy layers and sweep the bangs smooth to the side.
#7: Long, Tapered Pixie Haircut
Soft and feminine, this pixie is left on the long side all over and tapered closely at the nape. Ideal for natural waves, this cut can be styled easily with a quick blow dry and side part, lifting the roots, or a slightly wavy texture can be added with an iron as well. Its length gives this cut many versatile looks, from airy and tousled with volume to smoother and sleeker.
#8: Close-Cropped Disconnected Pixie
Sassy and stylish, a disconnected pixie that’s buzzed on the sides can show off an extra bit of attitude with a simple line or design shaved in. Longer top layers can be slicked to the side or spiked for extra volume and pizzazz. Also, they can be swept back to show off the face or pushed forward with a funky bang.
#9: Long Side-Swept Pixie
A pixie with a long, side-swept bang offsets the face while wispy, textured layers add volume to the top. Sides can be tucked behind the ears or styled asymmetrically to enhance the heavy side part. Natural texture is enhanced with a touch of pomade or styling cream with this quick and easy-to-style look.
#10: Choppy Pink Pixie
Soft pink and blonde tones give this chunky, textured pixie haircut added depth and dimension when finger-styled with a bit of texturizing cream or pomade. The cut, with a close-cropped nape, angles forward into a long side bang, framing the face over one eye with sassy layers. Add root lifter at the crown for extra volume to complete the edgy look!
#11: Angled, Asymmetrical Pixie
Perfect for straight or wavy hair, this pixie cut is side-swept into a long, angular bang. Short layers at the top give tremendous volume, while the back and shorter side hug the head nicely. Soft highlights give added dimension along with some waves and twists; take your pick of texture add-ins to complete the sassy, feminine look.
#12: Angled Bob Pixie
Silvery platinum and violet tones add an extra edge to an asymmetrical, angled pixie-bob. The short nape and textured crown blend seamlessly with the long, side-swept bang that frames the face, while the short side is tucked behind the ear for added drama. Additional texture and volume can be added to the layers with a texture cream, or sleek them down for a smoother look.
#13: Sweet Ginger Pixie
Cute, simple, and sweet describe this long-layered pixie cut. The neckline lay close to the head, blended and tapered down from long layers that angle forward into a side bang. While this cut works for all hair types, this particular look is perfect for thick, straight hair and can be easily styled with a blow dryer and a tiny bit of pomade as the finishing touch.
#14: Choppy Windblown Pixie
A bright blonde color perfectly complements this windblown look with a simple pixie with choppy texture. Short layers in the crown give added height, and the sides are cut clean around the ears with sideburns coming to a point in front. Bangs can be parted to one side, or the other, and pieces can be separated for texture with a water-based pomade.
#15: Sassy Wavy Pixie Cut
Ideal for hair with medium to loose curls, this pixie haircut is short enough that the curls turn into soft waves, giving the right amount of texture for hair to realistic style itself. Top layers are left longer, while the back and sides are cut close, and therefore the top can be easily lifted with the product for texture and volume.
#16: Sleek Bob Pixie
This undercut is more of a bob masquerading as a pixie but with the neckline shaved up a bit for dramatic effect. Hair is stacked and rounded in the back but angles forward just slightly for an almost A-line effect, and long, wispy layers provide added volume and interest. Bangs are parted deep on one side to complete the look.
#17: Asymmetrical Choppy Pixie
Soft blonde highlights add dimension to fine hair along with choppy, razored layers and a dramatically long bang. The back of this adorable pixie is cut short, while the side is parted deeply and cut asymmetrically to frame the face. Just requiring it little to no styling, this cut will work best on finer and thinner hair types.
#18: Dramatic Forward Pixie Cut
Thick, straight hair is perfect for this heavy pixie hairstyle. Cut around the ears and close at the nape, the hair gradually gets longer in the crown; finally, the front half finishes with a heavy forward bang that grazes the cheekbones. The texture is razored in all over, giving the layers a chunky look and the bangs frayed edges that end in wisps.
#19: Feminine Fauxhawk Pixie
The fauxhawk gets a feminine makeover with this take on a traditional pixie. The lower half of the head is all cut short and disconnected from the longer, texturized top. While it can be worn a few different ways, use a root lifter and blow dry up and sweep back for this particular look to add volume at the top. Finish with a texture cream and a shot of hairspray.
#20: Drastic Undercut Pixie
One side (or is it both? Your choice!) is buzzed very close in this pixie, revealing a line or design (again of your choosing) for added edginess. The top is left dramatically longer, sweeping to the side and falling partially over the undercut section. This pixie cut is a dramatic blend of boyish simplicity and feminine flair, consequently giving interest and versatility to a short-cut.
#21: Buzzed Pixie Cut
This clean-cut pixie is buzzed all over but left slightly longer on top, allowing the short hair to follow the curve of the head naturally. A dramatic line is shaved in to give the illusion of a side part, hence providing drama and interest to an otherwise simple cut. This cut requires no styling, but it will need to be trimmed fairly often to maintain the look.
#22: Wavy, Soft Close Crop
Reminiscent of Halle Berry’s famous pixie, this sweet, feminine cut is left just long enough on top to show a bit of natural wave for texture. Sides and back are cut very close, and little to no styling is needed—but a touch of shine serum will make the waves pop.
#23: Tousled Pixie Haircut
Half boyish and half feminine, this pixie is cut short and clean at the back and sides, the crown is longer and texturized, and the front blends into a choppy, wispy bang. With chunky, razored layers, this cut is ideal for medium to fine hair types. As a result, this look can be achieved quickly and easily with just a little blow drying and styling cream.
#24: Long-Layered Pixie With Baby Bangs
Short, choppy baby bangs are almost visible underneath dramatically long, wispy layers. The crown and top portion of the hair is left long and choppy, and the back is cut in a contrastingly clean and neat V. A light texture cream will give added contrast to pieces layers, therefore giving this pixie drastic depth and edginess.
#25: Asymmetrical Undercut Bob Pixie
Edgy and spunky, this dramatic look combines an angled bob, an undercut, and a pixie for a unique look. Parted it on one side, the undercut segment is faded down to a shave while the long side falls forward to the jawline. Long, light layers are cut into the top section to give added texture, and this look can be styled to be funkier or sleeker as desired.
#26: Two-Tone Fauxhawk Pixie
Icy gray highlights accentuate the length of the fauxhawk section in contrast with the solid, dark, and short underneath section of this dramatic pixie haircut. Perfect for fine and thin hair types, the top section is left dramatically longer and styled with root lifter for volume and a feminine edge to a short-cut.
#27: Wispy, Short Pixie Cut
Ideal for fine and thin hair, this short pixie cut is razor-layered all around for a feminine touch. Bangs are cut super short with wispy edges, and sideburns are left slightly longer for added interest and softness. Wispy layers can be tousled with a mousse or a very light texture pomade.
#28: Shaggy Undercut Pixie
Long, shaggy layers are razor cut and disheveled, falling over a close undercut at the sides and back of the head. Platinum-gray highlights give added texture and dimension to this look that works well with thin or fine hair textures. A root lifter or texture spray will work best for this style; blow dry with head upside down for added volume.
#29: Wavy, Disconnected Pixie
A perfect combo of boyish shortness and feminine sass, this sweet pixie cut is buzzed on the back and sides and disconnected from the longer, curved top. Rounded layers at the top and crown showcase natural texture, allowing hair to virtual style itself with gel or styling cream.
#30: Edgy Bowl-Cut Pixie Cut
Edgy and punky, this bowl-cut pixie is left long and blunt on top with choppy edges. The disconnected underneath section is buzzed short, clean around the ears and neckline. For extra attitude, lines are shaved in at the nape on one side. Little to no styling is necessary for this cut, but it will need to be often trimmed to maintain its funky edge.
#31: Rosy Pink Pixie Cut With Long Bang
This rose-pink short crop is the ideal combo of sweet and sassy, cut close to the head and texturized with wispy layers. Long bangs are swept to the side; razored at the ends for a spunky look; one side is tucked behind the ear for added drama. Style with a touch of texturizer.
#32: Boyish Pixie Haircut
Ideal for thicker hair types, this short pixie haircut is buzzed at the nape and sides and cut clean around the ears. Layers are blended in all over and cut bluntly for a boyish look; the crown is pushed forward while bangs are swept back, thus giving an overall look a multidirectional texture and feel.
#33: Angular Bob Pixie
Asymmetrical and side-swept, this pixie combines a short nape, and a longer A-line bob looks for the dramatic effect. Layers in the back are stacked nicely, following the curve of the head, while the top section is heavier and longer with light, wispy layers. Two-tone blonde highlights on the top add dimension, contrasting with the darker section underneath for even more drama.
#34: Edgy Blonde Pixie Cut
All-over platinum blonde accentuates the edginess of this dramatic short-to-long pixie. The lower half of the head is buzz-cut short and blends into longer layers at the crown; the bang area is drastically longer, giving the front a disconnected appeal with a side-swept bang. Choppy layers can be texturized with pomade, leaving bangs smooth.
#35: Blended Wedge Pixie
Beautifully blended layers are the key to this pixie, taking it seamlessly from a short nape to a more extended crown and top. The front angles forward only slightly, giving this cut the versatility to be styled back, forward, or to the side. Regardless of direction, styling is simple with a bit of mousse and finger blow-drying, separating top layers for texture.
#36: Choppy Lavender Pixie Haircut
Muted pastel shades of lavender and violet give this choppy pixie added depth and dimension. The back half of the hair is cut short and layered, following the natural shape of the head; the front half is left longer and bulkier, sweeping to one side and falling at mid-cheek. The shorter side blends in with the layers for a seamlessly choppy look.
#37: Pastel Pixie
Choppy, disjointed layers and a long fringy bang are accentuated by a soft pastel blonde color in this spunky look. The back is cropped short, and the crown has longer, spiky layers, while the bang area lies longer and flatter, framing the face. Root lifting spray and texture cream finish this style; be sure to mess up the crown for additional texture.
#38: Clean, Tailored Pixie Cut
This sweet pixie cut with textured layers has a clean-edged look to it, giving it the perfect balance of neat and sassy. Layers are razored just a bit and bangs are short and choppy, styled with pomade to provide directional hold. Tousle the crown with a bit of product for added volume and a simple style.
#39: Angular, Asymmetrical Pixie
An angular shaved line in the buzzed section of this asymmetrical pixie gives an added edge to an already spunky cut. Short layers wrap around the head and blend into long, side-swept front pieces that fall almost to the jawline. Razor-cut layers provide additional volume and texture to this cut that works on any hair type and thickness.
#40: Sectioned Fauxhawk Pixie
This fauxhawk-style pixie is separated into short, medium, and long sections for added interest and dimension. Sides are buzzed short with a part line shaved in, and medium sections are a different color from the long top sections. The symmetrical cut can be styled to look asymmetrical, flipping lengths either to one side or the other to show off underneath segments.
#41: Versatile Blonde Pixie Cut
Sleek and sassy, messy and tousled, or voluminous and bold, this versatile pixie cut can achieve many different looks. Layers and nape are cut to follow the shape of the head, and longer top layers blend into a fringy bang that can be side-swept or pushed up pompadour-style. No matter how you wear it, this pixie is sexy, fun, and easy to style.
#42: Choppy, Razor-Cut Pixie
Ideal for fine hair types, this razor-cut pixie hairstyle has just the right amount of edge and sass. With close-cropped sides and nape that show off a darker color, crown layers are chopped and tousled while bangs are long and fringy. This style is easy to achieve with a bit of blow drying and texture cream, mussing up top layers for volume.
#43: Flirty Pixie-Bob
Darker undercut sides add depth and drama to this pixie cut that’s also an angled asymmetrical bob. The two-in-one with a strong side part look gives a fun and flirty appeal to a popular style. This cut can be worn sleek and straight or tousled and sassy, depending on your mood. It also has enough length that waves or curls can be added in, giving you many versatile options as a result!
#44: Dramatically Angled Pixie
Seamless blending and dramatic weight lines combine to give this angled pixie lots of movement and style. One side is buzzed short with an angular weight line leading to the nape; the other side is drastically longer and comes forward to land in front as a long side bang or volumized pompadour. The varying lengths of this cut give it styling versatility, from tousled, spiky layers to a softer, face-framing look.
#45: Ashy Silver Pixie
Cool silvery tones give this angular pixie an even bolder look. From the close-cropped nape to the textured layers to the long, heavy bang, the ashy tones flow smoothly into a dramatic, sexy style. This pixie can be worn sides-wept, sleek, or pushed back for added volume; be sure to style with a wax-based pomade for hold and control.
#46: Short, Silver Fauxhawk Pixie
The classic pixie is given new life with shiny silver-blonde tones and a messy fauxhawk style. The layers are cut chunky and choppy, leaving the layer at the uppermost part of the head just a bit longer so it can be worn several ways. Bangs are long with wispy, frayed ends, framing the face and offsetting the spiky fauxhawk look with a feminine flair.
#47: Curly Pixie
Soft and feminine yet sweet and sassy, this curly pixie has customized edges that add give it a distinct look. Perfect for medium to tight natural curls, the pixie is cut short all around but left quite a bit longer on top with a splash of different color thrown in for added dimension. The stylized top section can be volumized as shown or pulled down onto the forehead with a curly bang.
#48: Classic Pixie Haircut
The epitome of the classic pixie haircut, this look is short but not buzzed, long-layered, and smoothed down with a fringy, chunky bang. Excellent for thick and straight hair, this pixie shows off the hair’s shine. It frames the face beautifully for a feminine look with a classy appeal that requires virtually no styling.
#49: Classic Curly Pixie
Reminiscent of pin-curl styles of the 20s and 30s, this short, curly pixie cut has a classic look and feels that makes it easy for natural curls to wear. The nape is cut very close, and top and sides are layered but are long enough to allow curls to show themselves beautifully. Style the top portion with a curl cream, twisting each curl around your finger; allow the curls to dry without touching them, and your look is complete!
#50: Pink Undercut Pixie
A bold rose pink adds a new flavor to an undercut pixie, and the short sides separated from the longer, disconnected top by a shaved-in part line. The top section is curled with an iron, giving it a textured, petaled look; this also works for natural curls styled with a curl cream. Both sides can be cropped short for a faux-hawk look, or one side can be kept longer and asymmetrical.
#51: Rainbow Sherbet Undercut Pixie
Natural curls and rainbow sherbet colors accentuate the contrast between short and long with this dramatic pixie hairstyle. Sides are cut short but show natural s-curl patterns, and longer, the multi-colored top is straightened, falling to one side with a long bang and wispy, textured layers. Blow dry or flat-iron top section for a drastic effect and style with a texture cream.
#52: Long, Curly Pixie Cut
Excellent for tighter, kinky curls, this disconnected pixie cut is left long on top and is buzz-cut underneath with two lines shaved in for a sassy edge. Light blonde highlights add even more contrast to the dark, short lower half, and the middle section is cut almost fauxhawk-style. The front top section is the longest, styled with height and volume for a bold curly look as a result.
#53: Simple Rounded Pixie
Requiring very little styling, this classic pixie cut with choppy bangs is a simple look for straight hair and works for any thickness and density. Long, rounded layers are stacked a bit at the nape, giving a soft, curved look; bangs are cut above the brow in chunky, razored sections. Blow dry or air dry, tuck behind the ears, and go!
#54: Disheveled Pointy Pixie
Precision points are placed one on each side in this dramatic customized pixie haircut. Crown Layers are textured and disheveled, while long bangs sweep down into one point at the sideburn. The nape is cut short with a point at the back left corner, balancing out the first point to complete the look. Tousle with pomade or texturizing cream for a unique, edgy look.
#55: Multi-Tonal Purple Pixie
Various purple and lavender tones are woven into the front of this tousled pixie with a forward, textured look. The back and sides are cut short while the top and front are longer, layered, and texturized, blending into wispy bangs. The multi-tonal purple hues give added dimension and a unique spunky look.
#56: Sassy Platinum Pixie
Cool platinum blonde tones accentuate this rounded, feminine pixie cut. Reminiscent of Twiggy’s classic pixie with a more updated, modern take, the back is stacked against the neckline, and long layers are tousled into bangs and face-framing sideburns. The result is the perfect balance of sweet, cute, and sassy!
#57: Two-Tone, Directional Pixie Cut
Face-framing highlights accentuate the contrast between front and back of this multidirectional pixie. The back half is texturized into short, choppy layers that push forward, while the front is long, smooth, and swept to one side in front of the ear. Excellent for thick hair, this pixie gives a lot of movement and chunky texture to a short, simple style.
#58: Face-Framing Tomboyish Pixie
Boyish charm and feminine sweetness come together to create this adorable pixie that is short with chunky layers and a long bang. Parted it deep on one side, the side-swept bang comes to a point at the cheekbone, while top layers are tousled slightly for a ruffled look. Just a tad of pomade will give this hairstyle the perfect amount of texture and hold.
#59: Edgy, Asymmetrical Pixie
A cross between a pixie and an asymmetrical bob, this haircut blends a short, spiky look with a sweep that blends beautifully into the length that falls at the jawline on one side. Rich mahogany tones add extra edge and attitude to the look; style with a texturizing root lifter, blow drying upside down for added volume.
#60: Tousled, Wavy Pixie Cut
Natural or iron-made waves give additional texture and sweetness to this angled, dimensional pixie. Choppy layers give height and volume all over, and one long side bang falls almost to the jawline. Tuck one side behind the ear and style with a heat protector, leaving some ends straight for variety and a sassier look.
#61: Contemporary Classic Pixie
The classic pixie gets an upgrade with this layered, texturized look that gives height and sass to straight or fine hair. Choppy layers flow into a heavy bang that offsets the face with a deep side part. Super simple to style, this look can be blow dried or air dried; therefore, just add a small amount of texture cream to enhance layers and go.
#62: Bold Maroon Pixie
Deep maroon tones give this long-in-front pixie cut a bold, striking look. The contrast between the shorter nape and longer bang maintains a feminine feel that’s still easy to style; long layers give volume at the crown. Sideburns and bangs fall to wispy points in front, making this look as unique as the individual who wears it.
#63: Punky Blonde Pixie
This edgy platinum pixie combines a short, buzz-cut underneath section with a long, heavy bang for a look that’s equally bold and soft, tough yet feminine. The platinum blonde tones give it an extra edge, while the choppy bangs graze the eyes just enough for added spunk. Blow dry forward and tousle with a smidge of texture cream, separating some layers with fingers for added dimension.
#64: Spiked Pixie Cut
From the front, this looks like a rounded pixie with heavy side-swept bangs; turn your head to the side to reveal small crown layers that spike for enhanced volume! Razor-cut layers give this spiky look, which is perfect for finer and straighter hair types, extra texture and edge. For a more remarkable dramatic effect, add even more spikes on top!
#65: Asymmetrical Faded Punky Pixie
Asymmetry and dramatic looks are the latest trends; pair those with a few bright blonde highlights and you have even more contrast. This pixie cut is buzzed on one side (or possibly both, if you desire), faded down to very short around the ears and nape. The middle top section is left drastically longer, parted to one side and falling over the eye for a modern take on the pixie.
#66: 80s-Style Pixie
Platinum blonde and dark roots give this spunky pixie an 80s vibe, especially when paired with red lipstick and killer shades. The boyish buzz cut and long, wispy bangs combine to give the right amount of edge and sass to this dramatic look—with little to no styling needed. Just wash and go!
#67: Half and Half Pixie
The epitome of a contrasted look, this half-shaved, half-long pixie cut pairs a spunky edge with a soft, feminine feel, complemented perfectly by a pale platinum blonde tone. The long top half boasts just a few wispy layers for texture, smoothing forward gracefully to a point at the sideburn behind a long bang. The only styling this cut requires is making sure your point is well, on point!
#68: Edgy Tousled Blonde Pixie Cut
A shaved neckline gives this cute, tousled pixie a bit of an edgy look. The sides can be shaved over the ears as well, and upper section left long to hide or reveal those as desired. Razored layers are deeply texturized, keeping longer wispy pieces to enhance the dramatic look. Style with a strong texture cream for volume, twisting and separating pieces to customize.
#69: Long, Feminine Pixie
Creamy blonde highlights give dimension to the top portion of this long pixie, which is cut almost like an angular bob fauxhawk. Long sections gradually angle forward to the front, and a slight natural wave gives a uniquely feminine look that contrasts the undercut boyish section. Scrunch the top with texture cream—or wrap sections around a large iron for straight hair.
#70: Platinum Undercut Pixie
Feminine platinum blonde layers fall gently over a shaved undercut section, therefore giving this pixie a different and edgy feel that’s to die. Creamy tones complement dark roots, delivering a dimensional effect to the Monroe-meets-military biker chick look. Style with as much or as little sass as you want—soft or sleek, the choice is yours!
#71: Sandy Blonde Disheveled Pixie
With wispy razored layers and length left on the top and in front, this boyish pixie picks up a girly charm with a tousled, bed-head look. Sandy wheat blonde tones offset the texturized layers, allowing you to style with spunky, messy texture or a softer, tousled feel. Pull pieces forward for sideburns and a massive bang, or style up and away from the face for an entirely different look.
#72: Classic Platinum Pixie
Varying platinum tones provide a bit of depth for this classic-looking round-cut pixie. Layers are cut fairly short all over but the front is left long, allowing you to style with a long bang and fuller sideburn if desired. Apply a bit of styling paste and tousle the layers for additional texture, pushing them forward at the crown.
#73: Silvery Angled Pixie Cut
The silvery-violet tones of this dramatically angled pixie give a modern upgrade to this pixie-bob with its 20s-era feel. With its angular style and long front pieces curving toward the face, the classic look is updated with some spunky layers and color. This look is best with thick, straight hair, and layers and edges can be played up with some pomade for added pizzazz.
74. Sleek, Angular Pixie-Bob
Almost long enough to be considered an angled bob, this sleek, straight pixie with multi-tonal blonde shades woven in for dimension works best on finer and thinner hair types. Nicely stacked at the nape, the layers blend in with the crown for a bit of volume while the front angles forward to the jawline. Blow dry with root lifter at the crown if desired, turning ends under with a round brush.
#75: Choppy, Angled Pixie
Perfect for thick and coarse hair types, this choppy pixie is cut short and layered, angling forward toward the face on one side for added drama. Chunky layers are spiked and tousled in the back while the front is swept to one side, all the while enhancing hair’s natural texture.
#76: Dramatic Two-Tone Pixie Cut
A short, dark-colored undercut drastically contrasts a silvery platinum longer top section of this pixie that’s both cute and edgy. Crown Layers are short and texturized while the bang area falls long and angled, hitting mid-cheek for a dramatic result. Sides are cut over the ears for a clean look; style with texture paste for dimension and hold.
#77: Punky Undercut Pixie
With a feminine fauxhawk feel, this pixie haircut is shaved on the lower half and left long on top, allowing for several different looks. Texturized layers provide added volume to the top, and deep points are cut into the ends for a dramatic, edgy look. The more extended top section can be pulled down on both sides—or flip to one and strut your stuff.
#78: Wispy, Feminine Pixie
Ideal for thicker hair types, this pixie has a boyish undercut, but the top is beautifully wispy with a soft, feminine feel. Long layers are cut in, and just enough texture is added to give height at the crown. A side-swept bang frames the face, flowing gently into curved sideburns. Spray with a root lifter and blow dry.
#79: Disconnected V Pixie
This edgy pixie is disconnected in two directions: top to bottom and side to side! The back and right side are cut into short, even layers; the nape forms the point of a V that is shaved into the edges all the way up the sides. The left side is more extended and textured, and the front connects the two sides with a choppy, angled bang for a unique look.
#80: Blended Gray Pompadour Pixie
Beautiful silvery tones of gray and violet accentuate the layers of this feminine pixie, seamlessly blended from long on top to short at the nape. The front section is leftmost extended and can be styled pompadour-style; furthermore, it can be pushed forward for a bang instead. Clean edges complete the neat, stylish look that’s simple to design with root lifter and hairspray.